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Kevin Bechaz
6 daysReply
The Church (AKA La Chiesa)

“Nonsensical and inane. Why did I even bother with this apparent sequel to the Dèmoni franchise? I really don't know what to say other than it did some have genuine atmosphere and I did enjoy the theme of medieval satanic lore.”

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Hearts of Darkness: A Filmmaker's Apocalypse

“A candid reflection on the making of a film that was plagued by numerous problems, causing enormous strain on its director Francis Ford Coppola. The troubled production in some ways almost became a reflection of the film’s dark story. ”

Kevin Bechaz
15 daysReply
Once Were Warriors

“A confronting urban drama that revolves around a Maori family bedeviled by violence, social restraints and rejection. It's gritty realistic nature will disturb viewers but will also inspire with it's use of an ancestral motif. ”

Kevin Bechaz
18 daysReply
Apocalypse Now

“A seemingly endless and hostile journey up river that acts a metaphor for the dark journey deep into a man's soul in what is a highly sensory and chaotic depiction of the Vietnam War. The stunning cinematography makes for a surreal viewing experience. ”

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Kevin Bechaz checked in to Godzilla
18 daysReply
Godzilla

“Slowed down by what my friend and I have christened the 'bullshit monsters', Godzilla does not hold up well to a second viewing. Godzilla himself is very impressive but the bland characters and plot really hinder the film. ”

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Kevin Bechaz checked in to Fright Night
19 daysReply
Fright Night

“A fun and atmospheric horror fright-fest made in the tradition and style of the old Universal monster movies but with a modern edge. Utilising genre chicle's instead of avoiding them adds to the high level of entertainment.”

Kevin Bechaz
24 daysReply
The Station Agent

“A genuinely heart-warming story about acceptance and healing through human intimacy. The interactions between the central characters are realistic, each character representing a significant emotional theme.”

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Kevin Bechaz checked in to Battleship
27 daysReply
Battleship

“If you're just after a ton on mindless action this will aim to please in what I can see becoming a popular guilty pleasure flick. The many flaws aside it's a nice little throw back to the countless B grade alien invasion films of the 1950s. ”

Kevin Bechaz
27 daysReply
Desperate Man Blues

“A candid portrait of an individual who's passion and enthusiasm for what he does demands admiration. And the tireless efforts to preserve what other wise would have most likely been lost to ravages of time should be applauded. ”

Kevin Bechaz
about 1 monthReply
We Were Soldiers

“An annoyingly patronizing and generalised account of events that resorts to a number of cliché's associated with the genre. Performances are hit and miss however the many battle scenes are intense and extremely graphic. ”

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Kevin Bechaz checked in to The Iceman
about 1 monthReply
The Iceman

“Inaccuracies to the story aside this is an intriguing biography about the disturbingly stark contrast between one man's personal and professional life. Although it feels rushed in places, it's well structured and performances are menacing. ”

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Kevin Bechaz checked in to Reign of Fire
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Reign of Fire

“A unique premise of medieval folklore woven into a post-apocalyptic setting that's highly entertaining with many exciting action sequences. Despite some clumsy dialogue it's a terrific popcorn flick with impressive CGI that holds up well today. ”

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Kevin Bechaz checked in to Night Moves
about 1 monthReply
Night Moves

“A very subdued drama with a strong environmental theme. Opposing viewpoints are briefly expressed along with an anti-extremist message that's realistically shown through the lead character. The simplistic style of filming adds a natural quality. ”

Kevin Bechaz
about 1 monthReply
A History of Violence

“An intelligent thriller depicting violence in a most realistic sense and it's effects on those affiliated. Making the point that one can never escape their past when acts of violence are involved. Worth watching for Viggo Mortensen's transformation alo...”

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Kevin Bechaz checked in to Hunger
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Hunger

“A shockingly graphic and confronting drama that to great effect relies mainly on disturbing imagery and precise camera work to tell its harrowing story. The many lingering shots give the audience a very realistic perspective of events.”

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